Sands, Level 1, Hall G
Eureka Park is the flagship startup destination at CES, providing a unique opportunity to launch a new product, service or idea.
Homegrown innovation, ranging from fledgling prototypes to progressing startups, spanned the entire consumer technology spectrum in this unique Marketplace.
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CES 2017 Eureka Park Highlights
Eureka Park this year also had places like:
University Innovations Marketplace
Indiegogo Exhibits: Indiegogo is the place for entrepreneurial projects to move quickly from concept to market. Their CES home-base was right in the middle of Eureka Park and was complete with Indiegogo campaigners, partners, and crowdfunding experts ready to guide creators through every step of the way. Dream it, fund it, make it, and ship it.
Eureka Park Lounge, presented by Arlington, VA, Home of CTA. The Eureka Park Lounge was a place to recharge, refuel and relax. Or take a moment to check email and get caught up on work between sessions.
Eureka Park Lounge was presented by Arlington Economic Development. Arlington, VA, home to CTA, is where some of the world’s top technological innovations, ranging from GPS and voice-recognition software to the Internet, were developed. It’s easy to see why businesses chose Arlington as one of America’s preeminent places to do business.
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